Parks and Recreation
Redwood National and State Parks - Hiking Trails
Azalea Park [TOUR] - From the south, turn right at the first street(Constitution Ave) past the Chetco River overpass on Hwy 101; Turn left on North Bank Chetco River rd; Azalea Park is on the right a few hundred feet up the road. A fabulous city park, Azalea is near all 3 public schools and is a great place for kids of all ages. There is a playground, bathrooms, picnic tables, and a covered stage in a natural ampitheatre, and softball diamonds.
Botanical Garden - On Hwy 101 just NW of the Chetco River overpass at Constitution Way. Maintained by volunteers and the Brookings/Harbor Garden Club.
Clifford Kamph Memorial Park - 1 mile south of California/Oregon state line on the ocean. Free day use and picnic areas. Tent camping is $5 a night. Restrooms. No showers.
Harris Beach State Park - 1655 Hwy. 101, Brookings, OR 97415; (541)469-2021. On U.S. 101 just north of Brookings. Campground open year round. Dump station for RV's. Wheelchair accesable sites. Campsites: 4 yurts; 66 tent sites; 52 electrical sites; and 34 trailer spaces with full utility hookups. The campsite also features a Hiker/biker camp. Hot Showers are available to all campers. Public phones and firewood are available. Even cable TV hookup are at selected sites. Call Reservations Northwest for reservations: 1-800-452-5687.
Loeb (Alfred A.) State Park 8 miles
NE of Brookings on North Bank Chetco River rd. (541)469-2021 The park
is adjacent to the Chetco River and offers easy access and drift boat
launching via a gravel bar. There is free day use parking and a
picnic area. Loeb has 53 electrical sites nestled in an old-growth
myrtlewood forest. Less than a mile farther up the road is the USFS's
"Redwood Nature Trail", which connects with Loeb's own "Riverview"
trail. Call Reservations Northwest for reservations: